All notable changes to the service are published here via our GitHub ticket system.
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Organizations that use Azure AD Groups for authentication will now benefit of improvements for group based authentication. Previously Microsoft's authentication API was a limited to maximum of 200 groups per user. If the limit was crossed users were not able to authenticate at all using groups.
Thanks to improvements to Microsoft's graph API, we're now able to query user's groups even when user is member of more than 200 groups.
For those interested in technical details more information is available here: https://microsoftgraph.uservoice.com/forums/920506-microsoft-graph-feature-requests/suggestions/38004631-allow-signed-in-user-to-read-ad-group-memberships
Sign ins on Apple's iOS devices using Safari were not working properly due to how Safari handles cookies after redirect from the Sign In page. This caused first sign in attempt always fail and the user was required to refresh the page or sign in again.
A fix was implemented to work around this issue and now sign ins work as expected on all platforms.
Those who are into web development can read more about the issue here https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=188165.
Our online store now accepts invoice payments in addition to previously supported card payments.
This update should improve the experience of purchasing new tracking devices.
The new and improved Service updates page allows richer and more dynamic documentation of updates to PackAware service.
Customers may subscribe to email notifications of service updates using the Watch-button at https://github.com/packaware/service-updates. Email subscription requires a free account to GitHub service that is used to publish the updates.
Each update also contains a link to further discussion about the update. We want to hear what you think of the progress we're making with PackAware.
The new feedback and ideas feature opens a new channel of communication between users of PackAware and PackAware development team.
With this feature users can give public feedback and ideas. The posted content can be commented by other users and PackAware team. If feedback leads to us take an action we can use this feature to provide additional information on progress and the steps taken.
Take a look at this feature and start providing feedback at https://packaware.com/Support/Feedback.
The new user experience management feature allows organization's administrators can customize some parts of the PackAware user interface to better match their company's brand.
Available customizations are:
Previously it was possible to use invalid product keys for tracking devices when packing orders. A simple typo in product key caused a package to be created with invalid (non-functional) product key.
Now invalid product keys are automatically declined and the user is prompted to check the product key for any typing errors.